Hallways are those connecting spaces between outside and inside. These essential areas are an opportunity to curate a practical and welcoming space for everyone coming through. As a transition space, Fritz Hansen has carefully curated functional pieces that pair beauty with practicality and work wonderfully in hallways.


The contemporary design of the Taburet stool and occasional side table makes an intriguing statement and practical addition to a hallway. The exquisitely crafted combination of curves and straight lines is composed of solid wooden slats to form a distinct shape with a subtle concave seat. Seamless joints and balanced dimensions set this piece apart from the rest.


The Coat Tree™ designed by Sidse Werner in 1971 has a light and delicate expression that cleverly conceals its robustness. Strong and elegant, the Coat Tree™ can carry a surprising number of heavy items on it. The dynamic design is underlined by its ability to blend in anywhere and match the style of any room. Bold in character yet restrained enough to fit into any setting, the Coat Tree™ works beautifully in hallways as a practical and strikingly beautiful piece of design.


Eternally practical, light and beautiful, the DOT™ stool is seemingly simple seating by Arne Jacobsen that can be used as a handy spot to place a bag or sit while tying shoes when it’s not being used as extra seating in other rooms. Modern and minimal, yet sophisticated, this design was used by Jacobsen in multiple, important projects.